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Ann-OH
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Does anybody know about this place and what they can possibly be doing???
Ann - OH
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Its funny how they call these RARE diseases!

Rare depends on where you are! In SF one out of 10 gay men is HIV positive (in some parts of SF its even higher) and in Africa its rampant!

Hepatitis is not rare. Lyme as we all know is not rare anymore!!!

I guess until you have one of these or have person close to you contract one and/or die of one of these, they seem awfully rare.

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That's interesting. Maybe they want to make drugs. A European company has done that with some common pathogens--culled antibodies from those who fought it off successfully.

Although lyme is tricky, it keeps changing surface antigens.


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Looks like they are located in Australia and Georgia. Anyone know any more about them? Strange!
Ann - OH

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Don't know but my guess is they might be trying to create another lyme vacine.

Bea Seibert


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